MILWAUKEE – The Coast Guard rescued a windsurfer in Lake Michigan off of Sheboygan, Wis. after ice that had been blown close to shore hindered his return to land, Sunday.
Everything from paddle boats to multi-motored power boats was on display over the weekend at the Grand Rapids Boat Show held at DeVos Place.
Could additional improvements be on the horizon for the Grand Haven Municipal Marina?
Another gorgeous weekend in West Michigan made it difficult for residents to put their boats away for the winter.
Area residents flocked to the lakes, beaches and ice cream stores as temperatures hit a record high along the lakeshore on Saturday.
Hundreds of boaters tied together in the annual Labor Day Weekend raft-off on Sunday at Smith’s Bayou on Spring Lake.
Each Thursday, we dig back through our archive of negatives and and share a collection of photos from days gone by. This week, we take a look back at late August, 1989. This week's gallery features a huge collection of photos from the powerboat
Keith Holmes, owner of CK Motorsports in Nunica, was the “throttleman” aboard his 40-foot-boat, Cat Can Do, when the accident occurred at about 5:30 p.m. Sunday.
Crowds cheered and groaned as competitors tipped and sank during the 2017 Coast Guard Festival Cardboard Boat Race held Saturday afternoon at Waterfront Stadium.
Gloomy skies accompanied the annual powerboat rally, Rock the Coast Saturday morning, but the rumble of engines could be heard throughout the area as more than 100 go fast boats paraded out the Grand Haven channel.
About 60 powerboats converged on Grand Haven's Municipal Marina as part of the Rock the Coast event on Friday, July 21.
Sixty miles per hour in a car is no big deal. But 60 mph in a boat? That’s an entirely different story.
If you like fast boats, you’ll love Rock the Coast, which is taking place in Grand Haven this weekend.
Grand Haven City Council had a chance to listen in on the discussions surrounding the controversial move to begin charging boaters to moor along the city’s seawall overnight.
Some of the boaters who tie up to the Grand River seawall in Grand Haven say they’re upset with a recent move to start collecting fees from them.